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10 August, 2013

Navroze Food to enjoy

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Parsi New Year (Navroze)is fast approaching on August 18th 2013.  Zoroastrians all over the world, celebrate the day in a great glamour. Parties and association functions are held.

Special prayers and jashans are also held throughout the entire day. Clean, rangoli-strewn homes, children with vermilion spots on their foreheads, new clothes, fragrant flowers and delicious meals, all form part of the rituals.

A grand feast is prepared to mark the occasion. Since the Parsi community is especially tight-knit, its celebrations bring kith and kin together.

The festival is also an opportunity for the Parsis to review their lives and actions, repent on Pateti day and make resolutions for the future.

We hope you will cook delicious, mouth-watering food with the recipes, ideas provided on this site.

Suggested Menu for the Navroze day:

  • Breakfast:  
Dudh-Eeda no Ravo

Dudh-Eeda no Ravo

Recipe:  Parsi Ravo

or

Recipe:  Parsi Sev

Recipe:  Mitthu Dahi (make one day ahead)

Lunch/Dinner:

Serve with Mora Dal (Dhan Daar) Chawal (steamed rice)

Fish served with Mora Dal (Dhan Daar) Chawal (steamed rice)

Recipe:  Dhan Dal (Steamed Rice with plain dal) with Khari Fish

Chicken with Apricots / Jardalu ma Marghi

Chicken with Apricots / Jardalu ma Marghi

Recipe:  Chicken with Apricots / Jardalu ma Marghi

Dessert

Lagan nu Custard - garnished with almonds, pistachios

Lagan nu Custard – garnished with almonds, pistachios

Recipe:  Lagan nu Custard

In Parsi Cuisine you will find a unique blend of spices that makes the food very appetizing, nutritious and wholesome. Vegetables, Meats and Dairy products are the foundation. Using  Safforn, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cloves, Cardamom, and Rosewater flavor the food and remind us of the sweetness of life.  Nuts like Charoli, Almonds, Walnuts and Dry Fruits give us  strength. Curry Powder, Ginger, Garlic, etc. add the zest!

Parsi Zarathushtis from India have settled in New Zealand, Australia, USA, UK, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, China, Russia, HongKong, Singapore, France and middle eastern countries like Dubai, Kuwait, Turkey, Eygpt, Pakistan, etc.  Adapting to the local produce available, Parsi Cuisine takes on a nuance of that local area. This style of cooking incorporates Asian, Mediterranean and other diets.

This a cook it yourself website of delicious food made in most Parsi/Parsee Zoroastrian homes. There are over 365 recipes of traditional, non-traditional and fusion parsi food. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, beverages and snacks to make whenever your heart desires. We suggest you have fun shopping and get all your ingredients by shopping online or at your favorite grocery store. Next cook and treat your family, your friends and yourself to good home cooked parsi style meal!

If you master some of the dishes then you can make and cater for Parsi Cuisine parties and be popular among  the hearty eaters of good Parsi food. You can welcome/inspire others to this type of cuisine too. Bon Appetit!

So start reading, we are here to hold your hand !

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Best wishes for a very Happy Navroze for you and your family,

Best wishes for a very Happy Navroze for you and your family

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